Dr. Swen Hülsmann

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A ten month old unconscious boy with hemiplegia (Hunt and Hess IV) was first admitted to a district hospital without a CT scanner or a neurosurgical service (Glasgow-Coma-Score 4, no pathological pupillary signs). Therefore he was transferred to the Pediatric Department of the University Hospital the same night. An emergency CT scan that night showed(More)
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